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    In Stockholm, a Turn to Sharing Homes

    Amid a decades-long housing shortage, a former hotel is now home to 50 people, ranging in age from 21 to 54.

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    How to Escape the Dreaded ‘Tenant Blacklist’

    Once you’re on this publicly available list, it’s nearly impossible to get off. But that doesn’t mean you’ll never be able to rent again.

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    How to Buy a Home

    Buying a home can seem like a daunting process, but with careful research and determination, the keys to that dream home can be yours. We’ll help you along your path toward homeownership.

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    Is the Hudson Valley Turning Into the Hamptons?

    Developers have discovered the once-sleepy Catskills and are building million-dollar homes there. And now there’s a bus service modeled after the Hampton Jitney.

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    An Instant Community in the Catskills

    One family decided to buy a second home in the Hudson Valley. They told their friends, who told their friends, and so on.

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    I’m Over Open-Concept Design

    Design shows are all about tearing down walls and opening up spaces, but what’s wrong with a little more privacy and a little less togetherness?

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    An Owner Becomes a Renter in Jersey City

    Figuring he can get more for his money, a homeowner sells his condo and searches the Hudson River waterfront for a gleaming rental. See if you can guess which he chose.

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    New Buyer. New Building. New Problems.

    Buyers in new developments often feel powerless when it comes to getting management to address unexpected issues. But that power is within their reach.

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